Sandon, British Columbia is a ghost town in British Columbia. It is currently being used as a living history museum, portraying life in a mining town in the early 1900's.
Their collection includes:
- A steam locomotive hauling several late-1800's freight cars (on static display)
- 13 Canadian Car and Foundry trolleybuses, saved from a Vancouver scrapyard
- Many cars and trucks from the town's past
- Buildings original to the town, including the original City Hall
- The late-1800's power plant that is still in use today
All trolley buses were previously owned by BC Hydro Transit, and were either operational or purchased for parts.